The addition of a tourbillon to the Fiftysix Collection came as something of a surprise, as the collection overall seemed to have, at least at launch, a somewhat more approachable feel that seems a bit at odds with the elevated aura of the tourbillon. Details like the Arabic numerals, sector dial, and luminous hands and dial markers were certainly a departure from the presentation of the tourbillon in Vacheron’s other collections, where Breguet’s invention is generally either wedded with one or more of the traditional high complications, or when presented on its own, handled in an unswervingly classical fashion.
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